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October 14, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-14

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

F D Y N LANK LAuu LINE 1 E
ANDHERFURNACE , L 'JUiX JN.LCY U'Ji S TS
'O'ttttone of thse ttetrmomeners in
ssssswindows. Thens, if shIt says the
motrnttistt'aatitnugh, you can fier'-
sitsr her that it isn't. Bents ' FowsE Slippers in all thE Latest 05tylas.
Carlkins' Pharmacy TTHI
34 5a. STATE SU1'REE J[ OUT FTTERS, 3o wdis~h & Mattepon, 32 $. $TATE $C.
MOQE00 E:: & W-Er QFL8 NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Ilave a 11u111 Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUD)ENTS"
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

THlE U SU AL Df LN r GIVEN TO SrTUDENTS.

SECOND HAND BOOKDS BUTO' I;ACHI~ANLI 0.

CAEEJDS GRAV"SIJD =NS==E lDEBlS-rS7'YTiES.

JAY C. TAYLOR,
bOCY210 S- HE VOICE
VOCAL STUDI1O, 31 S. MAIN ST.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Iusconetion:oFitneShatter Bthis. nwpr
e(-Isin tus. 30Ibthls list'$500.Ldties' Hair
ties--tug arlouta'nstnit's-.
FIt. Ttoisc stas, 51 E. Wasii totttS-t, I
o %T1 Nto 1: OWVEN'S ItRERltSHOP,
E' N. 4lEast lhut-sn Streit.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
AS party of sltdetlcis wetit to Jark-
sitn yesterday to views the wreck.
'T'ite registration swilIt le atitotinc-
e ''a1!2:ieae rly part of test sve'll.
'96 plays Y'psilantti next Satturdsay
at tile Altlstic field. Several gaimes
are arrangedl for.
C. K. Steivart,Hlotneop, '93, will
tots1 begin to practice lisa profes-
sion in St. Paul, Minn.
C. R. Johnson, medic '97 left
yesterdlay morning to npend Stittday
at lisa home in Toledo.
A meeting for the ipurptose of or-
ganteing the freshman clasIhas been
railed for this morning.
Five more men have been lent to
thte traimning table this week, making
thte nutmber there at present, eighs-
teen.
'rTevarious church receptions
v'sre well attemnded last evening, not
wi'thstanding thme disagreeable
weather.
Rev. J. 'T. Sunderland will speak
nsext Sunday evening at the Unita-
rian church on "The Choice of a
Vocation."
Ann Arbor is a learned town, so
learned, I may nay, that even its
street laborers speak Polish every
day--Wrinkle.
Woman's Leagne Membership
badges can be secured in the La-
dies' Reading Room every morning
between9. 15 and 9:30. It is de-
sirable for every college girl to join
it. Fee 2, cents.

IA A E S I M E S ~ M2 S W A. .l'IOLI, itt ' 'i) sit' i at-
hiiisi'smidit'ertieiito st'ir is'sttes
Bitlan Itsrner I a lith treltain Nicket PItatEd Milter Lnmp, No. Yt.eniteerit n sitictly fier' 'in's saiti'r. Willtiamntii .,
Sae6cdafS t ..5 irestidoon,'snits's id ae tpI.set buildinig.
Nti l et I -teS RoyntlLampt, Eo. 0, sisceenter iketlIPlatedRohsester Lsampit, Na. 2, seter
drt,'R~le. diestt.$' t.NS
RNsitel'PltedlYale Lampi, Nit. 1.eenstner Nicell atedtGermann Stuenit Litisi, Et- .AIa..~.f T.. O~
staft ,5.0 r's, Set.5.
Ni'ci'l Plt'ed Yale Lam~, Na. °', cente rNickel Plaited Germian Studeint Lamsp,lier- a's'asdtBuei sisit
dlraft, $1,51. fectitoS*3.0
NiceletPlted5 Jina Lamtip, Rio. centie rNickael'lated G0erto StuidentPetiLm, eisi- t. oe'1 t. CFsig Pi
draft, X5. .ess, 53 0. ieisyiis
nsa lep n aatne

tad rt lowerepiks thanslnatsa son x ienor ao~kbhe syng nd m emny
44 south Main Street. DA O PN
Ann Arbor, Mich. DA MS O1PNY

M~embers of thte Oratorical Asso-
ciatiots maet after thte lecture, 'ridtay,
to select a representative for Ite
oratorical contest.
'96 football meietshaowverd vupvery
wvell ontahie campuacs yesterday after-
noona, considerinag te short timte
they htave been out.
Several fresianen lavsing misun-
derstood thme time anti date of their
class meetitag canae up to the uni-
versity Ithis naorning.
C. T. Griffin has been off thte
field tlais week, owing to a muscu-
lar strain in te leg, but will be ot
for practice next wveek.
It is expected that TV. C. Malley,
our great capatain of '91, and now of
Chsicago; wilt be iteme for a few days
to help coach oar teanm.
Russell Sage, of New York, has
approved plains for a dormitory,
which he will erect for the Troy Fe-
miale College, at a cost of $roo,ooo.
There will be a meeting of the
s ophoumore girls next Wednesday, at'
4 p. at, ima Room H, to make ar-
rangements for thte freshnian spreadl.
The Oracle board will fill tlae
vacancy existing at the next meet-
ing, to be held on Saturday morn-
ing. Several of the fraternities will
present candidatet.
A Woman's League receptton will
be held in the chapel today at 3:30,
and addresses will be made hy Pres.
Angell and Mrs. Prof. Thsomas.
All college girls are invited to at-
tend.

ihtertota C. Rice, wvho took secoud
place in the Kansas slate oratorical
contest for baker Uniiversity last
year, is a junior lawv.
A tear physical laboratory at Le-
haigit is ready for tise. Tbe building
is of ste, 2 )J by 45 feet, antI four
stories higha. It liromises to be one
of the finest laboratories intshle
country.
Birowvn, Trinity and Massachusetts
fInstitute of Technology have fornied
a triangular football league. The
first game of the season will be be-
twveen Trinity and Browvn, at Pros-i-
denace, October 2s.
Track-naen should get out on the
track and begin work at once, as
thtere is but one tveek left until thae
field-day. Souse are already out,
and all others should lose isoItiame
in getting into shape.
fIt is nose proposed to have a foot-
salt ganie hetwveen the D. A. C.,
asid our second eleven at Detroit,
'which will take place a week from
next Saturday, if the D. A. C. team
does not go to Chicago.
The sale of the Wrinkle tins passed
the most sanguine expectations of
its editors. An edition of 2,000
was printed, of which z, ioo wereI
sold between half-past two, the time
of its issuance, and six o'clock. In
addition, a large order was placed
with the Detroit News Company in
Detroit, and a number of papers
were mailed to the regular subscrib-
era.

WIM. ARNOLD, Jewelei.
FLOWERfS, F{ oVVI S
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Its yasts is s-i'foriteis
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13uh oen Snlur~y ein~ig.
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ing to pay a lituemre1tisan time pre
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wailtinsdTISSBRAND supeionrto allntheis.
The Richmond Straight Cut Nos I
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are unite frmthe briehtest, msaidelitei
is ftavor, and higlhest coat GOLD LEAF
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, antI nbserve
ltas ante at the tmanfacturers as
belowe ison every jpackage.
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Has. the newest hilt and '5intrh oe''ins anid
laigest stoinitheactyi. Viucan ygetsany
selection youare ling fotr.
COME AND SEE U S.
2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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